With its diverse, all-Canadian line-up, CBC Music Festival 2018 had moments that were just as eclectic as its performers. Here are our top four!
The UK's answer to Warped Tour gave alternative fans everything they wanted from Save Ferris, Moose Blood and PVRIS to Every Time I Die and Good Charlotte. Read our review and check out the photos here...
PureGrainAudio gathers the moments we were feeling and those we weren’t at CBC Music Fest 2018 held at RBC Echo Beach on May 26th.
Field Trip might be headlined by some of the biggest names in indie music, but the event also showcases many upcoming acts. Five groups you need to peep this year include Ellevator, Allie X, Haerts, Partner and Gabrielle Shonk.
Here’s our review of the three-ring freak show that is Queens of the Stone Age who, along with Royal Blood, graced London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens with their legendary presence.
UK alt-rock icons Basement recently hit Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT and brought along Citizen.
Still catching my breath from this one. Charly Bliss had me (and the whole crowd) at the Horseshoe Tavern jumping around and dancing our hearts out.
Sick N’ Beautiful brought their firecracker of a show to Southampton’s The 1865, with Lilith and the Knight and Kane’d in tow. An experience drawing from the greats like Alice Cooper and ... Katy Perry?
Britrock has never sounded more glorious as three of the top rock bands the UK rock scene has ever produced showed on a sweaty night in Leeds. Check out our photos and review of The Wildhearts, Reef and Terrorvision here...
Calgary will witness a mega mosh-fest when Decimate Metalfest bombards fans with a slew of bombastic bands at local venue Distortion. Here’s a gnarly list of five MUST-SEE groups performing new music: Gatekeeper, Tessitura, Insurrection, SYRYN and ODINFIST.
Shakey Graves made his way to Toronto’s Massey Hall, with And The Kids in tow, as part of his Sleepwalker tour, giving fans a surreal, dream-inspired escapade rounded out by his phenomenal performance.
As the third and final day of Hangout Music Festival came around, the energy of the festival was through the roof. It was clear that everybody was looking to go all-out on their last day on the beach.
Dripping in rich ‘70s rock & ‘80s nostalgia, Tupper Ware Remix Party kicked off their Together Through Time tour with Planet Booty at Toronto’s The Opera House on May 18th.
South Florida honoured the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting via a memorable #ParklandStrong benefit concert featuring William Ryan Key, Chris Carrabba and pop-punk icons New Found Glory.
Day 2 of Northern Invasion was even more awesome-flled than Day 1. Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI was happening as were the terrific performances from Tool, Black Veil Brides and The Used, among others.
Saturday, Day 2 of Hangout Music Festival, rolled around and with it came the Alabama heat! Luckily, festival sponsors offered ample places for fans to cool off.
From the packed-out pub rooms to the rafters of the Koko and the Roundhouse, rumbling basslines shook the earth, and spliff-based riffs rang out loud and proud. This is Desertfest!
Fronted by Alice Cooper, movie superstar Johnny Depp, and Aerosmith guitar legend Joe Perry, Hollywood Vampires hit Casino Rama before heading overseas for the summer festival season.
For the ninth consecutive year Gulf Shores, AL hosted the Hangout Music Festival; a one-of-a-kind festival experience placed directly on Gulf Shores’ beautiful beaches. Welcome to our Day 1 coverage...
British metalcore giants Bullet For My Valentine just wrapped up a run in the states with Florida’s Trivium -- holy nostalgia, batman -- this was a tour package that my younger, high school-era self had always dreamed of witnessing!